meeting that i attended that a lot of them obviously were in the process and i know that you hear more from the residents, but, i kind of agree with them and when polk street kind of, everything shifted, there was a period of time when polk was very, there is no business on polk. i mean, and now those people that stood out, you know, they stayed and duked it out with rents and everything else. i have just feel that you should have at least a dialogue with some of those neighbors that are impacted with them. and make it a little bit so, i think that they are willing to meet with them. but they have this idea that they don't, the residents don't want to talk to them at all or they are totally unreasonable and i don't think that is the case. but i think that before you push this through, listen to what they have to say, because they were there, when polk street was dead. they stood it out, to where, know they probably lost money.